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It's basically always Adventure Time on my blog. With some F.R.I.E.N.D.S. and other random stuff. Oh, and it's a lot of art time and Studio Ghibli time! Also gaming stuff.. cause it's awesome.

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time sure flies when you take a nap
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Don’t ever watch a Studio Ghibli with me because I will ignore you the whole time

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Tank Girl (1995)
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Which TIME Is It?
The April 28, 2014, issue.
Yeah, you’ll to need to sign in and/or up to read Lev Grossman’s take on the show in TIME (this week’s third major article on the series, all leading up to Monday’s season six premiere), but it’s worth it, and not just for Pen’s artwork, above. From "Adventure Time’s Moving Pictures,"

… for a show set in a magic postapocalyptic world, Adventure Time is fiercely committed to its own brand of realism. It has a lot of internal integrity. The fart jokes aren’t there because they’re funny–or not just because they’re funny–they’re there because real people fart a lot too. “We don’t have a ton of cartoon logic,” says Adam Muto, a co–executive producer of the show. “There was a thing where if anyone lifted something from offscreen, Pen would flag it and say, No, they need to be carrying that the entire time. Because why would they just pull it from offscreen?”

Go here to get to the entire piece. Of course, you can always buy the magazine - the one printed on paper - too.
Thanks, Lev.
Also:
"It’s Adventure Time" by Maria Bustillos
"Castle in the Air" by Emily Nussbaum
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Dark and life-affirming, funny and frightening
Here’s one more Adventure Time press piece leading up to Monday’s half-hour season-six opener. This one, a short write-up by Robert Lloyd, appears in the L.A. Times.

By any standard of inventiveness, intelligence, imagination, ambition, care, fearlessness, boldness, openness, humor, poetry and love I’d care to live my life by, it is as good as anything on television; and better than many more ballyhooed series that only seem superior

Above: Jake the Dog gets to the bottom of the cheesy crackers in “Wake Up,” part one of the sixth season premiere
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